no your supposed to make smoother like a stuco but smooth it will last longest and be safer not on ceilings i am sorry they were supposed to use solider wood on ceilings for not much longer types of homes , i was trying to remake something different for roofs when I was being forced into th older chimney when I was three years old part of my life was stolen and it was here now is mostly gone already since 1810 I am not that old I hoped to let you know times not my own decisive way of telling you what or how I do know and I'm tired of being abused to be used and abruptly died in 1990 in an MRI as a parapylegic in a very bad time in my life learning to care and love for the world in undescribed ways I am not pleased with this worlds findings at all since someone waits until you find it then ruins everything running off with it all saying oh wow look what I can build I just didn't want them to know I have no inside parts now and I'm sick of being forced to talk in any languages if that bastard Daniel Lynn isn't stiop I'll start the world turning like he treats me as his toiletry person he need his own damned plumber for his Plumb dumas self , bye bye Daniel Boo! Boo!
by ceharris 8 years ago
i have old pine paneling in my kitchen, and want to paint it. It has a gloss finish, do I need...to sand or is a primer made for high gloss ok without sanding?
by Doris James-MizBejabbers 3 years ago
How is the best way to handle a pushy, know-it-all hardware salesperson?I went to a big box home store to buy paint to repaint an apartment in our rental property recently. My son, who works in the building trades, is doing the painting for me. Since we were changing from medium bright colors to an...
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